Peel police spent last night wrangling runaway cows
Last night was an unusual night for Peel police.
Instead of fighting crime, saving lives, or whatever police usually do on a Tuesday night shift, three officers spent their night searching for three cows that escaped from a Brampton farm.
At around 10 p.m. last night, Peel police tweeted that someone told them there was a couch on the side of the road.
But it definitely wasn't a couch.
Constable Akhil Mooken, who was manning the account for the night, just couldn't help but crack a joke about the wandering cows. And who could blame him?
DANGEROUS CONDITION:— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) July 3, 2019
- In the area of Clarkway Dr/Mayfield Rd in #Brampton
- It’s not a couch
- Two cows are walking in the middle of the road.
- Animal control enroute to help us moooove them along.
- Sorry, couldn’t help myself
- Call received at 10:08pm
They even shared a video of the two cows and one calf once they found them but had yet to get a hold of them.
It took police a while to bring all three cows home, but eventually they all made it safe-and-sound.
UPDATE:— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) July 3, 2019
- We’ve managed to wrangle one of the cows
- Other two are still outstanding
- Owners are confident that this cow will call over the other two & everyone will be reunited
- What a night it’s been
- Something new everyday#Policing #ItsMoreThanYouThink #ConsiderTheCareer pic.twitter.com/snG4MMfL6h
Thankfully, no cows were harmed in the making of this story.
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